Vote for our Goal of the Month for November

Alternatively, supporters voting in our official poll can opt to choose a nominee supplied by one of our Academy Reds.

Goals from Shola Shoretire and Ethan Wheatley also feature via the shortlist, with both efforts catching the eye.

Wheatley’s curled finish against Southampton completed his hat-trick on the south-coast, while Shoretire’s low free-kick outfoxed the Everton goalkeeper to nestle in the bottom corner.

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When is the FA Cup third-round draw?

The second-round ties are taking place across the weekend, even through until Monday night, when AFC Wimbledon take on Ramsgate.

However, the draw is being held on Sunday, around 12:55 GMT, during ITV’s build-up to their live coverage of the Eastleigh versus Reading fixture.

United will be ball no.24 in the hat, and the games will be played around the weekend of 6 and 7 January.

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Vote for United Women’s Player of the Month


Rounding off our shortlist is another defender, Millie Turner.

Another key pillar in the United backline, Turner played in four of the six matches across November, helping to keep two clean sheets.

Her standout moment, however, was at the other end of the pitch, when she marauded forward before curling a sublime effort into the top corner against West Ham.

Turner’s form resulted in her receiving a call-up to the England Lionesses squad too, after impressing in both attack and defence.

Have your say! Vote in the poll at the top of this page for which Red you think should be named Player of the Month for November.

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Early team news: Newcastle v United


The Magpies have been ravaged by injuries in recent months and Eddie Howe didn’t make a substitution during Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Paris Saint-Germain.

His seven-man bench at the Parc des Princes included two goalkeepers and four teenagers, although Newcastle were moments away from securing a shock victory only for Kylian Mbappe to salvage a point for the French side with a controversial stoppage-time penalty.

Matt Ritchie and Emil Krafth are available once more – they haven’t been registered for the Champions League – while Lewis Miley, aged 17, has been impressing in central midfield in the absence of Sean Longstaff, Sandro Tonali and Joe Willock.

Regular starters Sven Botman, Dan Burn and Callum Wilson will miss out, while Harvey Barnes, Jacob Murphy and Matt Targett have also been on the sidelines recently.

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